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- The Super Bowler is a Super Troop based on the Bowler. It can be unlocked by boosting the Bowler when the Bowler is at least level 4.
- The Super Bowler throws enlarged purple boulders that are able to bounce three times (compared to a normal Bowler whose boulders bounce twice), doing splash damage with each impact. Successive bounces occur 3 tiles apart.
- Boosting the Bowler requires 25,000 Dark Elixir or a Super Potion, and doing so allows the Bowler to be boosted for 3 days. The level of Super Bowler you obtain from the boost corresponds to the level of Bowler you have.
- Because of the level requirement, players require Town Hall 12 in order to boost Bowler into Super Bowlers. However, because of the Laboratory level cap, players require a level 6 Clan Castle or greater in order to get donated one, allowing anyone Town Hall 10 or above to get one.
- Super Bowlers have no preferred target when attacking; they will simply attack the closest building. However, once they become aware of enemy Clan Castle troops, Heroes, or Skeleton Trap skeletons (either by being attacked themselves or by being near another friendly troop under attack), they will leave their previously targeted building and instead engage the enemy troops. Once all of the nearby enemy troops are defeated, the Super Bowlers will proceed to attack the nearest structure.
- Super Bowlers are similar to regular Bowlers and Super Archers in that they are troops that are able to damage units behind their initial targets. When compared to the other two, the Super Bowler has the least damage for its housing space, but boasts the most hitpoints when considered on a per-troop basis. Because of this, it is able to survive burst damage (such as direct Scattershot hits or Town Hall explosions) where the other two cannot without assistance from the Grand Warden.
- As such, the Super Bowler can synergize well with Healers, especially when placed in a way such that its bounces can destroy Air Defenses without them attacking the Healers. With them, Super Bowlers can be healed from the aforementioned burst damage, and thus gain vastly increased survivability and can do damage from afar for longer.
- If two 3x3 buildings are spaced apart one or two tiles from each other, and the Super Bowler targets one of them from full range, it can hit the second building twice with the boulder's second and third bounces. This can prove especially useful against high-hitpoint buildings if they are this second building in question.
- Conversely, however, if the high-hitpoint building is first in line, the Super Bowler's subsequent bounces may be wasted once the building behind is destroyed.
- You can replace Bowlers with Super Bowlers in Yeti Bobat, Witch Bobat and P.E.K.K.A Bobat strategies because it has more hitpoints and has a greater reach than Bowlers. However, five Bowlers greatly outdamage a Super Bowler when dealing with a single target and/or whenever the third bounce doesn't hit anything.
- Because of its relatively low damage and hitpoints for its housing space and its inability to target air troops, the Super Bowler isn't that good at defense. However, it does splash damage (like Bowler) and it has approximately four times the hitpoints of a normal Bowler, which means it can tank more shots. So swarming or Witch based attacks may be crippled by Super Bowlers, though this merit does not make them the best choice for defense.
|September 23, 2021||Supercell posted a tweet of Bowler with a Monkey Puppet meme format, hinting the Super Bowler.|
|September 24, 2021||Supercell hinted the Super Bowler with a rhetorical question: "What do the terms Turkey, Six Pack, Perfect Game, and Strike have in common? Keep an eye out for tomorrow’s sneak peek to find out!".|
|September 25, 2021||Sneak Peek||Announced the Super Bowler, with 3 levels (levels 4-6).|
|September 27, 2021||Update||Added the Super Bowler.|
- You can have a maximum of 10 Super Bowlers at one time in a complete set of fully upgraded Army Camps. This number increases to 11 if you include the 1 that can fit into a level 6 or higher Clan Castle. On the battlefield, you can clone an additional 4 Super Bowlers with four level 5 or higher Clone Spells (three from the regular spell inventory and one from a max-level Clan Castle), for a total of 15 Super Bowlers.
- The boulder that the Super Bowler carries very much resembles Spike from Brawl Stars, another game developed by Supercell.
- The Super Bowler's appearance in battle is bit different from an artwork.
- His clothing, gloves, mask, and the sole of his sandals are reddish orange instead of copper.
- His skin color is amethyst instead of lavender blue.
- Many players criticized the Super Bowler, thinking that 30 housing space is very high compared to the stat difference from normal Bowler.
- His clothing is similar to the Super Giant's.
- The Super Bowler is one of the 6 Super Troops to have a Super Troop logo, the others being the Super Giant, Rocket Balloon, Super Wizard, Super Valkyrie, and the Super Witch.
- The Super Bowler, along with the Super Archer, Sneaky Goblin, Rocket Balloon, and the Super Minion are the only Super Troops to have icons that are used from their info image.
|Preferred Target||Attack Type||Housing Space||Movement Speed||Attack Speed||Range||Special Ability|
|None||Area Splash 0.6 Tile Radius (Ground Only)||30||14||2.2s||3 tiles from first target||Triple Strike|
|Boost Cost||Bowler Level Required|
|Training Time of Super Bowlers|
|1 Dark Barracks||2 Dark Barracks|
|Level||Damage per Second||Damage per Attack||Hitpoints||Training Cost|